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A whole big pack of PDF's containing some very useful articles on various sound engineering topics.

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All articles within this pack were written and provided by Sound On Sound Magazine - http://www.soundonsound.com/

List of file's below:
  • Advanced Compression - 1.pdf
  • Advanced Compression - 2.pdf
  • Advanced Gating - 1.pdf
  • Advanced Gating - 2.pdf
  • Advanced Reverb - 1.pdf
  • Advanced Reverb - 2.pdf
  • Alternative Uses For Auto-Tune .pdf
  • Audio Cables & Wiring.pdf
  • Choosing A Recording Setup.pdf
  • Digidesign's Pro Tools Explained 1.pdf
  • Digidesign's Pro Tools Explained 2.pdf
  • Digidesign's Pro Tools Explained 3.pdf
  • eartraining.pdf
  • Faq Metering.pdf
  • Faq Patchbays.pdf
  • Faq Reducing Noise.pdf
  • Faq Reverb.pdf
  • Faq Using Mics.pdf
  • Faq Voice Channels.pdf
  • Getting A 'Produced' Sound.pdf
  • Getting More Bass In Your Mix .pdf
  • How & When To Use Mix Compression.pdf
  • Improving Your Stereo Mix(1).pdf
  • Introduction to Mixer Automation - 1.pdf
  • Introduction to Mixer Automation - 2.pdf
  • Making The Most Of PC System Resources.pdf
  • Mastering On Your Pc.pdf
  • Matching The Phase Of Mic & Di Signals.pdf
  • Mixing Multitracked Drums.pdf
  • Pc Hard Drive Audio Recording.pdf
  • PC Soundcards.pdfPractical Mixing.pdf
  • Recording Acoustic Guitar.pdf
  • Recording Bass Guitar .pdf
  • Recording Brass & Reeds.pdf
  • Recording in One Room.pdf
  • Recording Lead Vocals.pdf
  • Recording Real Drums.pdf
  • Recording Real Pianos.pdf
  • Recording Strings.pdf
  • Reducing Unwanted Background Noise In The Studio.pdf
  • Secrets Of Warmth And Air.pdfStereo Editing 1.pdf
  • Stereo Editing 2.pdfStereo Editing 3.pdf
  • Studio Acoustics.pdf
  • Surround Sound Explained Part 1.pdf
  • Surround Sound Explained Part 2.pdf
  • Surround Sound Explained Part 3.pdf
  • tUnderstanding and Using Directional Mics.pdf
  • Understanding Monitoris Part1.pdf
  • Understanding Monitoris Part2.pdf
  • Using EQ.pdf
  • Using Microphones.pdf
  • Virtual Mixers.pdf
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bRAVO!

always up for more reading!

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Yeah, nice work collating those, Cheyne. Very handy to have 'em zipped up from this one-stop-shop. :D

Much kudos to SOS - the world's second-best* music production magazine - for making these resources available free-of-charge.






(*Australia's own Audio Technology ranks #1, of course. ;) )

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Excellent collection mate. I'm going to suggest my tech students at uni join this forum, info like this is gold for them, plus they'll have good stuff to contribute too. Got a swag of composers, producers, computer nerds, film people, etc I'll introduce em to y'all. (although that means I'd have to start behaving myself here  :) )

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Nice one bruva!

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Excellent collection mate. I'm going to suggest my tech students at uni join this forum, info like this is gold for them, plus they'll have good stuff to contribute too. Got a swag of composers, producers, computer nerds, film people, etc I'll introduce em to y'all. (although that means I'd have to start behaving myself here  :) )


Certainly would be good mate ;)  Nothing helped me more when i started out than being part of a helpful community !   

The extra users wouldnt go astray either ;D

Cheers guys ;)

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Cheers for this, some great stuff in there!

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not a problem :( enjoy !

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Wow!

Just the stuff I need!

Yet again, ive stumbled on more fabulous info! and ive only been here for 3hours and 42mins!

Muchas Gracias Senor!

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De Nada :D

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^^ Stick around mate, we intend to make this thread a pretty big repository in good time  :D

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De Nada ;)


Ahh, all this spanish is getting me all nostalgic :D

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This is a must have, been looking for this, thx for sharing Cheyne !

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not a problem :D

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woow thanx

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Thanks a lot!

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peace

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Thanks!

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Thanks Heaps!
I have been searching the net looking for just this sort of thing for training some new sound people at our community/church venue...
This has saved me a lot of extra work!
Well done guys, this is an awesome site!!!
Rob.

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Excellent material!!... Thanx... I've always had trouble mixing vocals properly, you know, the right dose of effects and compression, so that they don't sound too spacey and overflowing, this will help, no doubt.



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